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LOCAL COMMERCE
Scottsdale Chamber announces 2020 hall of fame class

The Past Presidents’ Council of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the 27th Annual Scottsdale History Hall of Fame event May 7, honoring individuals, local companies and nonprofit organizations.

HonorHealth hires Briggs, Frangesch for senior leadership team

SCOTTSDALE NEWS
City Council

Grants pave way for road improvements in south Scottsdale

Two Scottsdale roadways will undergo renovations thanks to a pair of grants provided by the Maricopa Association of Governments.

Ross Aviation notches new lease terms at Scottsdale Municipal Airport

The City of Scottsdale appears primed to enter into a decades-long service contract with Piedmont Hawthorne Aviation doing business as Ross Aviation. Scottsdale City Council in January unanimously …

ADOR encourages e-File during individual income tax filing season

Arizona’s individual income tax filing season for tax year 2019 has opened and the deadline to file is April 15.

Maricopa County continues to hold highest bond rating

Maricopa County continues to hold a AAA bond rating by the three major credit rating agencies for its continual economic growth and strong financial operation. The credit rating agency, …
SCOTTSDALE OPINION

Neal: A home-grown solution to the rising rents that are hurting renters in Arizona

I know what it is like for teachers who work hard for their students and schools but struggle to afford to live in the same …

Watson: Ducey education plan supports bright horizon for local educators

There are some big changes on the horizon for education in Maricopa County, if Gov. Ducey’s legislative agenda continues to get a …

Serena: Guest parking codes ought to match Scottsdale’s growing needs

As a commissioner serving on the Planning Commission, I recently witnessed city staff recommend that commissioners approve a project …

Whitehead: Fiesta Ranch produces costs, up-zoning consequences if approved by Scottsdale

This Tuesday, the City Council will vote on a substantial up-zoning request in Scottsdale’s remote and rural area near Rio Verde. …

Maxwell: I intend to throw my hat into the ring for Scottsdale City Council candidacy

Hello. My name is Kevin Maxwell and it is my intention to run for Scottsdale City Council. Some see Scottsdale as two distinctive …
SCOTTSDALE EDUCATION
Scottsdale Neighbors

“Golf Digest” announced its “Top 50 Teachers in America” and “Best Teachers in Arizona” list and the Boulders Golf Club PGA instructor Donald Crawley once again earned a spot on the list.

For those stricken with muscular dystrophy --- a group of diseases causing progressive loss of muscle mass --- a feeling of despair can emerge and family members unprepared can often feel …
The City of Scottsdale City Attorney’s Office has a Department of Victim Services co-located in the Prosecutor’s Office. This department is specifically designed to help victims in the …
Scottsdale Business

Scottsdale’s Avontage.com offers platform for business owners

Scottsdale software company, Avontage.com offers a place for local business owners to exchange their services through the new platform.

Palmer Development breaks ground on The Edge in Scottsdale

Palmer Development Group of Scottsdale has broken ground on its mixed-use project called The Edge, which is located on the northeast corner of 90th Street and Loop 101.

Muglia takes reins of Discount Tire as CEO

Scottsdale-based Discount Tire announced the promotion of Dean Muglia to the role of chief executive officer.

Bret Ceren joins Platinum Living Realty

Platinum Living Realty announced award-winning real estate agent and coach Bret Ceren has joined the brokerage.

Bianchi Brandt & Hale add Wacholz, Scavio to law firm

Scottsdale-based Bianchi Brandt & Hale, a full-service law firm with an emphasis on the cannabis and hemp industries, recently announced the addition of paralegal Diana Johnson Wacholz and senior attorney Nicholas J. Scavio.
Scottsdale Entertainment
Paige Stone artwork will be among featured pieces.

Creative Center of Scottsdale to host second Pop-up Fair

The Creative Center of Scottsdale, 3616 N. Scottsdale Road, which is a co-working space for artists, is hosting its Second Annual …
Fans at the Waste Management Phoenix may include first responders and military personnel, who can get into the tournament for free.

Military, first responders to attend Phoenix Open for free

The Thunderbirds are again inviting all first responders as well as active, reserve and retired military personnel and one …
Scottsdale Arts Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary March 13–15.

Scottsdale Arts Festival celebrates 50 years

Scottsdale Arts Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary March 13–15 with its annual celebration of creativity that attracts nearly …
For six weeks, Sarge Lintecum will teach free creative writing classes to other veterans. The creative writing class is one of six free arts classes provided by the Scottsdale-based nonprofit American Healing Arts Foundation.

Free art, creative writing classes for veterans to begin

Vietnam Veteran Sarge Lintecum, noted to have two Blues albums and a full-length book, will teach other veterans about creative …
Fans will be admitted free on Monday, Jan. 27 and Tuesday, Jan. 28 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open as part of “Ford Free Days.”

Phoenix Open pack more celebrities into upcoming Pro-Am

Golden Tate, Reggie Bush, J.R. Smith, Shane Victorino and Josh Allen joined the list of star-studded celebrities playing in the …
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